We all know it’s hard enough out there for a musician to get by and make money. It’s even worse when your SoundCloud music marketing is full of common mistakes you may not be aware of. SoundCloud is a huge opportunity to find new listeners, new collaborators, and even a few record company reps. Let’s identify those common music marketing errors, get your music career back on the right track, and help you be as famous as you can be!
No, this ‘alternative guide’ isn’t about how to get grungy and wear flannel. This is meant to work as an extension of my previous guide on how to get followers on SoundCloud, which focused more on tactics you could use on SoundCloud itself. Now I’m going to examine the techniques you can use which are a bit more advanced, but easy enough if you know how to do them right. Alright, rockstar, let’s get you more followers on SoundCloud!
With the recent announcement of SoundCloud’s partnership with Sony Music, the music sharing platform has become an even more legitimate place to break into the music business. It already had a tremendous ability to merge music with social media, and bands with fans. Now it can help merge bands with record deals even better than before. Best of all, SoundCloud isn’t just for DJ mixes anymore. Bands of all genres are joining and succeeding, and yours can too. You’ll need to know the right
Many people don't understand why you'd buy SoundCloud plays. They see it as a vanity metric, or meaningless numbers. However, smart Soundcloud users know that these numbers can be vital to the success of their songs and career. How? People react to crowds and these numbers that represent those crowds; a concept called social proof. It can be a difficult concept to picture, but I’m sure you’ll understand it, and why you should buy SoundCloud plays, with the examples you’re about to read.
Out of all the places you could get social media tips, the last place you’d expect to look is celebrities. They have lots of followers because they’re already famous, right? Well, yes and no. First, some celebrities built themselves purely on social media. There are also plenty of famous people, but not all of them are good at social media. Some are downright bad. There are, however, a number of celebrities who are using social media as a way to market their personal brand. They’re excellent